If you missed the 2017 SharePoint Virtual Summit May 16, this was a serious once in a year event that set the roadmap for the coming year. It was big. Not a ton of on-premises announcements, but for those with hybrid there are a lot more. Feature Pack 2 was [...]
Access sure has had some ups and downs. Access Services was seen by some as a fantastic way of building SQL-style apps in SharePoint. Take a look at this screenshot from Access Services in SharePoint Roadmap: […]
Confused about cloud options? While SharePoint hosting used to be a simple question of your own servers versus hosting… it needs to be broadened today while discussed as private cloud, public cloud or your own deployment on premises. Private cloud is hosted cloud servers and hosted storage allocated by you [...]
When we talk about Hybrid SharePoint we think about it like it’s a single hook, but really there are really a number of choices one could make in configuring Hybrid SharePoint. We talk about Hybrid like we know one way to configure it, or as if it’s one thing. As you walk [...]
How do I build a highly available SharePoint farm today? These days there are four different ways to architect your SharePoint environments for high availability. Kudos to Michael Noel, Joel Oleson, Microsoft for permission to use the resources below. Please refer to the links contained within for more information. As [...]
Last week we posted a nifty infographic about managed SharePoint. It includes a section with the top five causes of data loss: 44% hardware malfunction 32% human error 14% software corruption 7% virus/malware attack 3% natural disaster Every organization would be wise to protect itself against data loss with comprehensive backup [...]
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